The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing Price: $9.69 (as of 09/12/2019 05:19 PST- Details)

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“Ms. Kondo delivers her tidy manifesto like a type of Zen nanny, each hortatory and animistic.” — The New York Times

“. . . a literal how-to-heave-ho, and I like to recommend it for any individual who struggles with the fabric way over living in a privileged society. (Way to Ms. Kondo, I kiss my old socks good-bye.) … To turn you the way critical my respect for Ms. Kondo is: if I ever get a tattoo, it’s going to say, Spark Joy!” — Jamie Lee Curtis, TIME

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“. . . the Eastern knowledgeable’s ode to decluttering is modest and simple to practice.” —

“. . . her voice . . . is by way of turns stern and enchanted, like a fairy godmother for socks.” — The Wall Street Journal

“Studying it, you glimpse a glittering psychological freedom from the unread/uncrafted/unworn, purchaser’s remorse, the nervous eyeing of real estate listings. Existence’s overwhelm, conquered.”The Atlantic

“All hail the brand new decluttering queen Marie Kondo, whose mess-busting bestseller has prompted a craze for tidying in properties internationally . . . one correct filter is all you wish to have for the remainder of your Existence.” — Good Housekeeping (UK)

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“Kondo challenges you to invite yourself whether or not each and every object you’ve gotten is reaching a objective. Is it propelling you ahead or holding you up to now?” — USA Today

“. . . a temporary and bracing sensible information to tidying up your own home.” — Financial Times

“[It is] sufficient to salute Kondo for her recognition of one thing quietly profound: that mess is steadily about sadness, and that the proper of tidying could be a more or less psychotherapy for the house in addition to for the folks in it . . . Its strength is its simplicity.” — The London Times





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